Comment on "Quasielastic lepton scattering and back-to-back nucleons in the short-time approximation", by S. Pastore et al

Abstract

The article of Pastore et al, while proposing an interesting and potentially useful approach for the generalisation of Quantum Monte Carlo techniques to the treatment of the nuclear electromagnetic response, features an incorrect and misleading discussion of y-scaling. The response to interactions with transversely polarised virtual photons receives sizeable contributions from non-scaling processes, in which the momentum transfer is shared between two nucleons. It follows that, contrary to what is stated by the the authors, y-scaling in the transverse channel is accidental

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